SOFT MACHINE live at Mono this Sunday!! The Soft Machine play their first Glasgow show in years and years, and we can't wait to host them! tickets = bit.ly/softmachineglasgowTheir work, from their earliest performances as a psychedelic band who were contemporaries of, and shared stages with, Syd Barrett's Pink Floyd and the Jimi Hendrix Experience, all the way to being one of Europe's best known 'fusion' groups, has influenced several generations of bands, and continues to be name-checked by today's hip experimentalists.Whilst the line-up of Soft Machine may have changed many times since the heady days of the late 1960’s, the band’s spirit of musical adventure, and the ease with which it freely avoids being pigeon holed and can move from powerful progressive jazz fusion to atmospheric psychedelia to free improvised jazz-rock to ambient loop music continues to make it both unique and totally contemporary.John Etheridge – GuitarTheo Travis – Saxophone, Flute, KeyboardsRoy Babbington – BassJohn Marshall – DrumsPresented by Dictionary Pudding Promotions////////////////FREE MUSIC!Peter Cat is a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist from Glasgow, Scotland, who has been making lyrical, ornamental pop music in this guise since 2015 while dressed like that mildly attractive supply teacher you once had for Higher Geography. His wryly humorous, studiously crafted songs are as likely to appeal to fans of The Divine Comedy, John Grant and XTC as they are to disappoint anyone looking for a comprehensive explanation of glacial erosion.Named 'Artist of the Week' by The Scotsman on the strength of their early singles, Peter Cat's debut collection of songs, plays well with others, was released exclusively on cassette through boutique tape label Ice Cream For Crow Records in June, and was followed by an extensive summer tour of the UK.Peter Cat's debut single 'Keeping Up With Jacob' was described by The Morning Star as "a jaunty, light-hearted trip through the familiarly twinned emotions of admiration and envy…sung at such a speed and with barely a pause for breath t

SOFT MACHINE live at Mono this Sunday!! The Soft Machine play their first Glasgow show in years and years, and we can't wait to host them! tickets = bit.ly/softmachineglasgowTheir work, from their earliest performances as a psychedelic band who were contemporaries of, and shared stages with, Syd Barrett's Pink Floyd and the Jimi Hendrix Experience, all the way to being one of Europe's best known 'fusion' groups, has influenced several generations of bands, and continues to be name-checked by today's hip experimentalists.Whilst the line-up of Soft Machine may have changed many times since the heady days of the late 1960’s, the band’s spirit of musical adventure, and the ease with which it freely avoids being pigeon holed and can move from powerful progressive jazz fusion to atmospheric psychedelia to free improvised jazz-rock to ambient loop music continues to make it both unique and totally contemporary.John Etheridge – GuitarTheo Travis – Saxophone, Flute, KeyboardsRoy Babbington – BassJohn Marshall – DrumsPresented by Dictionary Pudding Promotions////////////////FREE MUSIC!Peter Cat is a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist from Glasgow, Scotland, who has been making lyrical, ornamental pop music in this guise since 2015 while dressed like that mildly attractive supply teacher you once had for Higher Geography. His wryly humorous, studiously crafted songs are as likely to appeal to fans of The Divine Comedy, John Grant and XTC as they are to disappoint anyone looking for a comprehensive explanation of glacial erosion.Named 'Artist of the Week' by The Scotsman on the strength of their early singles, Peter Cat's debut collection of songs, plays well with others, was released exclusively on cassette through boutique tape label Ice Cream For Crow Records in June, and was followed by an extensive summer tour of the UK.Peter Cat's debut single 'Keeping Up With Jacob' was described by The Morning Star as "a jaunty, light-hearted trip through the familiarly twinned emotions of admiration and envy...sung at such a speed and with barely a pause for breath t